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It would have been Steve Jobs’ 61st birthday yesterday and had he been alive to see it, it would have been interesting to watch him approach the ongoing legal battle around iPhone encryption. In his absence, Tim Cook used a slot on ABC with David Muir to explain, in terms we can all understand, what he believes the FBI is asking Apple to do. This is not about one phone, this is about the future. Can the government compel Apple to write software that we believe would make hundreds of millions of customers vulnerable around the world, including the US? The only…

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